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Advice to Apollo.
On Lord Rochester's penitenç
The Female Laureat.
Dr. Wild's Ghost.
Cromwel, besides tome of the Toland's Clito.
Commons Pecition to the King,
by the E. of Rochester.
Wonders fince the World began. The Twin-Shams.
dilmift the Treasury, by
On Mr. Neal's Projects.
The Confederates, or first
On the Lord Lovelace's coming
The House of Nassaw, by Mr.
Several Copys of Verses on the
Queen and Prince's comiag
Mr. Finch, &c.
Club of unanimous Vorers. Bill on H. of Commons Door.
raway's Coffee-house. Stanza on Westminster-Hall
On the D. of Gloce ter's Death,
by Dr. Bentley and Ld Jef-
Occafional, Conformity, by a
Prologue to the Musick-meet.
ing, by Dr. G-tb.
The Genuine and Correct Edition of State-Poems is now
The Second Volume is printed, 1703. Thç
A Healtb to the Northamptonshire Sweak-
Fire and Faggot, or the City Bonefire,
35 Mully of Mountown. A Poem. By the Author of the Tale of a Tub,
38 Illuminations at Rome, made by Pasquin, upon the
raising the Siege of Barcelona, confifting of eight Figures, big as the Life, with the following Motto's, 1706.
41 A Letter to Mareschal Tallard. Made English out of French. By J. Br. 1705.
42 'An Ode occasion d by the Battle of Ramillies, by Mr. The Benefits of a Theatre, A Simile,
so The Jubilee Necklace ; or a Prefent from C. III. To the D. of M. a Satyr,
SI The Quietus,
54 Epilogue Spoken by Mrs. Mountfort at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, 1705.
ss A Dialogue between Pasquin and Morforio, two Sta
tues in Rome, The Nine K s. Tbe Prophecy, 1703. The Country Parson's Advice to those little Scriblers,
mbo pretend to write better sense than Grçat Secretaries : Or, Mr. Stephens's Triumph over the Pillory,
1706. A New Prologue spoken at the Theatre in Lincolns-Inna
Fields, on Saturday, July the 8th, 1704. in Praise
of the Wells, Upon the first fit of the Gout. Upon Dr. B's Suit to the E. of N. for a Bishoprick, 65 The Address, 1704.
68 To bis Grace the Duke of Marlborough on bis late Successes in Flanders, 1700,
77 Faltion display'd, a Poem, 1704. Moderation display'd, A Poem, 1705. By the Aya thor of faction display'd,
98 : Tbc
The French King's Lamentation for the Loss of the
Occasional Bill, 1705.
Shakespeare, and dedicated to the Right Honourable
Highness the Lord Protector : suppos’d to be written
Relation of the Great and Bloody Fight between